Monsanto – Mons Sanctus

Mount Monsanto – Mons Sanctus

Rises abruptly to the East of the Idanha-a-Nova up to 758 meters above sea level.

In the 12th century, King Afonso Henriques conquered Monsanto from the Moors

as part of the Christian recapturing the Iberian Peninsula.

In 1165, he granted the custody of the city to a knights’ order of the church,

first to the Order of Knights Templar, and later to the Order of Santiago.

The city was given to the military orders to maintain the reconquested city

on Christian hands, and Grand Master the Order of Knights Templar.

Vision of D. Afonso Henriques in the Battle of Ourique

Afonso I of Portugal

Seeds of Death: Unveiling The Lies of Monsanto

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8 Responses to Monsanto – Mons Sanctus

  1. tjen says:


    Holy Crop – Vatican Blesses GMOs

    …’’Then, on November 30 last year, 40 international scientists, including seven Pontifical Academy scientists, released a statement demanding a relaxation of what they call “excessive, unscientific regulations” for approving GM crops, saying that these measures prevent development of crops for the “public good”.
    The academy scientists also claimed that scientists have both the right and a moral duty to be “stewards of God” by genetically modifying crops to help the world’s poor.

    I’ve heard that before – from Ingo Potrykus.

    Potrykus is a member of the Pontifical Academy, based at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, where he developed ‘golden rice’, and was instrumental in bringing about the 2010 meeting.

    Interestingly, but not surprising, most of the 40 participants at the meeting were long-time supporters of GMOs.
    According to the magazine U.S. Catholic, not only did the participants include GMO developers (both, those who work for governments and for companies that sell genetically modified seeds), but at least four of the speakers at the meeting have ties to Monsanto.

    The US, home to the multinational biotechnology giant Monsanto, has lobbied the Vatican for years to persuade it to speak positively about GMOs, calling biotechnology a “moral imperative” to feed the world’s hungry.

    Both the pope and the chancellor of the academy, Bishop Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo, one of the seven Vatican advisers at the meeting, tried to distance themselves from the endorsement, saying:

    “These statements cannot be considered the ‘official’ position of either the Holy See or the Academy.”
    Despite attempts by the Vatican to remain publicly neutral, WikiLeaks recently uncovered a transmission from Christopher Sandrolini, a US diplomat to the Holy See, that demonstrates the Vatican’s clandestine approval of GM crops.’’…

    Pontifical Academy of Science

    Location – Google Maps


    Palace Vatican City State


    • Landlooper says:

      “Stewards of God” ( as well as “Fishers of Men” .. )

    • tjen says:

      Monsanto – Holy Mountain

      Timeline of Monsanto’s Dark History

      1901: Monsanto was founded in St. Louis, Missouri by John Francis Queeny, a 30-year veteran of the pharmaceutical industry. Queeny funded the start-up with capital from Coca-Cola (saccharin). Founder John Francis Queeny named Monsanto Chemical Works after his wife, Olga Mendez Monsanto. Queeny’s father in law was Emmanuel Mendes de Monsanto, wealthy financier of a sugar company active in Vieques, Puerto Rico and based in St. Thomas in the Danish West Indies.

      1902: Monsanto manufactures its first product, the artificial sweetener Saccharin, which Monsanto sold to the Coca-Cola Company. The U.S. government later files suit over the safety of Saccharin – but loses.

      1904: Queeny persuaded family and friends to invest $15000, Monsanto has strong ties to The Walt Disney Company, it having financial backing from the Order’s Bank of America founded in Jesuit-ruled San Francisco by Italian-American Roman-Catholic Knight of Malta Amadeo Giannini.

      1905: Monsanto company was also producing caffeine and vanillin and was beginning to turn a profit.

      Knight of Malta John F. Queeny: Founder of Monsanto

      According to the Count in Venice, John Francis Queeny (founder of The Monsanto Company) was a Knight of Malta. Irish-American ROMAN Catholic Queeny (1859-1933) founded Monsanto in 1901 within the Jesuit stronghold of St. Lewis – hosting the Black Pope’s Saint Louis University since 1818.

      Monsanto’s Early 20th-Century Origins

      Monsanto traces its roots to John Francisco Queeny, a purchaser for a wholesale drug house at the turn of the century, who formed the Monsanto Chemical Works in St. Louis, Missouri, in order to produce the artificial sweetener saccharin for Coca-Cola.
      John Francis Queeny (August 17, 1859 – March 19, 1933) started work at age 12 for a wholesale drug company, Tolman and King. He attended school for 6 years until the Great Chicago Fire forced him, at the age of 12, to look for full-time employment, which he found with Tolman and King for $2.50 per week.

      In 1891, he moved to St. Louis to work for Meyer Brothers Drug Company. John was inducted into the Knights of Malta order. His first business, a sulfur refinery in East St.Louis, was destroyed by fire on its first day of operation in 1899. The process of refining beet sugar in 1900, led to Monsanto Corporation’s first artificial sweetener, the following year. Butter substitute, MSG and partially hydrogenated vegetable shortening were all soon to follow.

      John Francis Queeny married Olga Mendez Monsanto with whom he had two children, one of whom was Edgar Monsanto Queeny, who would later serve as Chairman. n 1901, John then established his own chemical company to produce the sweetener, saccharin, which was only available in Germany at that time. He named the company Monsanto after his wife´s maiden name, Olga Monsanto Queeny.
      Queeny was a member of the Missouri Historical Society and was a director of the Lafayette-South Side Bank and Trust Company. “He was also known for his many philanthropic endeavors.” [Final Resting Place, p. 83, The St. Louis Portrait, p. 221]

      St Louis University

      Statue of St Ignatus Loyola at St Louis University

      Statue of Saint Ignatius Loyola ("The Pilgrim" by Vicki Reid), at Saint Louis University, in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA

      Location/Streetview/Photos – Google Maps



      Pius XII Memorial Library


      Puis XII Statue (check ‘Fishers of Men)


      Scottish Rite Cathedral


      Masonic Tempel Association


      Photos of the St Louis University

      • tjen says:

        Fisher of Men – Pope Pius XII

        ‘’Statue of Pope Pius XII in Fátima, Portugal, representing the Marian consecration based on the Our Lady of Fatima messages.[43] Pius XII was made an archbishop in Rome on May 13, 1917 (1st day of Fatima), and considered his papacy specially bound to it’’

    • tjen says:

      …..’’The Pontifical Academy of Sciences (Latin Pontificia Academia Scientiarum) is a scientific academy of the Vatican, established in 1936 by Pope Pius XI. It is placed under the protection of the reigning Supreme Pontiff. Its aim is to promote the progress of the mathematical, physical and natural sciences and the study of related epistemological problems.’’…..

      Pontifical Academy of Sciences

      Location/Streetview/Photos – Google Maps


      …..’’Epistemology ( i/ɨˌpɪstɨˈmɒlədʒi/ from Greek ἐπιστήμη – epistēmē, meaning “knowledge, understanding”, and λόγος – logos, meaning “study of”) is the branch of philosophy concerned with the nature and scope of knowledge[1][2] and is also referred to as “theory of knowledge”. It questions what knowledge is and how it can be acquired, and the extent to which any given subject or entity can be known.’’……

      …..”to as “theory of knowledge”. It questions what knowledge is and how it can be”…….

  2. Landlooper says:

    Portugese language, revealing images ( every single one..):

    “I saw a golden staircase that was shining

    and what was lifting up so much that my eyes

    they could not follow it.

    I saw going down for the steps so many splendors

    that I thought that all the lights of the sky

    they had been joined there”

    (Dante, Paradíso, canto 21, 28-34)

    “Father of the Italian language”

  3. Landlooper says:

    Professor Nanjunda’s Direct Actions:

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